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10 key figures on Ireland's struggling debtors

Insolvency Service of Ireland reports increase in numbers using its service in Q3

17th October, 2016
New applications to ISI were more than double the level in Q3 last year

The Insolvency Service of Ireland (ISI), the independent body set up to help deal with personal debt problems, has published its report for the third quarter of the year.

10 things we learned from the ISI report:

1 The total number of new applications to the service in the three-month period, at 899, was more than double the figure for the same period last year.

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